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Jiráskova 2781, Pardubice, Bohemia, 53002, Czech Republic | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jiráskova 2781, Pardubice.
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    Travel Blogs from Pardubice

    Best of Bohemia

    A travel blog entry by buckleypup on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... which puts on an impressive show every hour), the palace and many churches show off traditional architecture. The streets are filled with friendly people, eateries at super prices and plazas with some tram lines running past. A mix of modern and gothic, it reminded me a little bit of Melbourne. more beer and traditional fare then off to sleep for the trip to ...

    Bone Church

    A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on Jun 05, 2014

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    ... are equal before God.

    Anyway after about 15minutes of looking around we decided to leave to catch the train back as they only leave every hour.

    So an hour train ride out, about 40 minutes trying to get money, 15 minutes looking at the church and then an hour back to Prague. Seems like we didn't spend long enough there.

    Czech Republic - Surroundings of Prague

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jul 18, 2013

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    ... quite interesting. In 1278 a certain abbot of the Cistercian monastery in Sedlec was sent to the Holy Land by King Otakar II of Bohemia. He returned with a small amount of earth he had removed from Golgotha and sprinkled it over the abbey cemetery. The word of this pious act soon spread and the cemetery in Sedlec became a desirable burial site throughout Central Europe. In the middle of the 14th century, during the Black Death, and after the Hussite Wars ...

    Hangover, prague ed.

    A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jul 16, 2012

    ... He had then got very creative with these bones, and I mean, creative. When we walked into the church we were, well, a little appalled! There were bones everywhere, displays of bones that had been glued and nailed together into various intricate displays – to make chandeliers, altars, candlesticks, and everything in between. All made out of skulls and every other part of the skeleton. I didn’t know whether to be intrigued or disgusted – I think I was somewhere ...

    Bone Chapel & Silver Mines

    A travel blog entry by nzivanovich on Apr 23, 2012

    24 photos

    ... remains used within the church.

    It was really nothing like I had ever seen before, I have seen human skeletons and bones before but never in the magnitude like in the Kutna Hora Church. The reason that the church was decorated out of bones is unknown but there is a theory that the monk who was caretaker of the property went mad, and began to pull bones out of the ground in the cemetery ...